Wall Street Journal

This post is an update on the serious subject of eBook prices that I’ve written about previously on the subject of eBook pricing. The latest charges announced by the Department of Justice(DoJ) against Apple Inc., and 5 of the largest U.S. publishers who allegedly conspired to raise prices on eBooks and block Amazon.com from selling […]

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is preparing to introduce a new cloud-based storage service called Google Drive, which is a potential rebrand of Google documents. Expectations are set for the Google Drive to rival the very popular cloud storage provider Dropbox,Inc. Google currently provides ample storage space of emails and attachments, but Google Drive will […]

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Here’s one for the books. The digital book market is gaining so much traction with consumers and the publishing industry that the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has expanded its relationship with Nielson BookScan to add a best-seller listing in the weekend edition of WSJ. The new charts debuted on October 29 and includes contributed data […]

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Sandy on May 10th, 2011

I’ve just read an article in the Wall Street Journal reporting that Microsoft Corporation has agreed to by Skype Internet phone Company for $8.5 billion cash. Communication technologies has been “the backbone” of Microsoft’s grown and the motivation  to acquire Skype was because Skype has an already established business in the field. A joint phone […]

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